Autopsy reveals woman died of seizure at hotel, not strangulation

An autopsy on the body of a woman found in a hotel room on Saturday has ruled out foul play.

According to the autopsy report, Lyndsay Sabrina Layne suffered a seizure.

The 33-year-old of Orange Grove Road, St Augustine is believed to have spent her last moments with a man at Touchdown Hotel in St Helena.

Today relatives at the Forensics Sciences Centre told media that Layne had no previous medical problems.

They are, however, appealing to the man who last saw Layne alive, to come forward.

The woman was found unresponsive by employees of the hotel on Saturday.

The man she came with left alone driving Layne's car.

Las Lomas police later found her vehicle abandoned.

 

Category: 
Favourite count: 
2
Favourite count ids: 
,56747,56778